Placer SPCA offers spay, neuter vouchers for pitbulls
Responsible ownership key to good behavior, experts say
By Jenifer Gee Journal Staff Writer
[…] For the month of November, the Placer Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is offering free spay and neuter surgery vouchers for pitbull and pitbull mix pets.[…]
For more information, call Placer SPCA at (916) 782-7722 ext. 201 or apply online at placerspca.org
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Free training means a safer community. I’m not sure what the article means when it says the free training is for “young people.”
Free training available for pit bulls, owners
Published: Friday, October 30, 2009
By ARIEL ZANGLA
KINGSTON — Starting Monday, young people in the city who own pit bulls can take part in a free training program geared at teaching the dogs basic manners and the owners responsibility.
[…] Train-A-Bull will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. the next six Mondays at the Clinton Avenue United Methodist Church, which is at 122 Clinton Ave. in Midtown Kingston.
The training is free. To sign up, call (845) 399-6136.
Full article retrieved 10/30/09 from http://www.dailyfreeman.com/articles/2009/10/30/news/doc4aea6ca8d5f8d291246174.txt
StopBSL supports and encourages efforts, such as this one, to make communities safer and more humane. We can all make a difference.
Cynthia Bathurst works to stop violence by helping animals and people peacefully co-exist
By William Hageman, Tribune reporter
October 18, 2009
[…] Bathurst, of Chicago, is co-founder and principal director of Safe Humane Chicago, an ambitious 2-year-old effort to fight violence by promoting compassion for animals as well as people. The program uses schools, churches and community groups — more than 60 organizations have lined up behind her — to get the anti-violence message to citizens in high-crime areas.
Especially young citizens: Get kids to treat animals with care and respect, and you’re on the right track. […]
Full article retrieved 10/19/09 from http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/family/chi-1018-bathurstoct18,0,7063324,full.story
Posted in Community Initiatives, Illinois
Tagged animal, community, dog, dog fighting, education, neuter, owner, responsible, shelter, spay
Through the end of October, you can even get paid $20 for each “pit bull” you have spayed or neutered. Maricopa County residents only.
More info here: http://www.lostourhome.org/resources/low-cost-spayneuter-clinics/
Moses Lake discusses dog ordinance
By Candice Boutilier
Columbia Basin Herald staff writer
MOSES LAKE – The Moses Lake City Council discussed the dangerous-dog ordinance as it pertains to pit bulls and public safety Tuesday night.
A decision was not made.[…]
Posted in BSL Proposed, Non-BSL Proposed, Washington State
Tagged breed, BSL, city, council, dangerous, dog, irresponsible, law, meeting, ordinance, owner, pit bull, responsible, specific